Denver Fire Department Set To Fight Mental and Physical Stressors

Partners with O2X Human Performance for 5-day workshop to optimize health and wellness ~ Denver, CO – From May 2nd – May 6th, the Denver Fire Department, alongside members of law enforcement from the Denver Police and Denver Sheriff’s Department will participate in a week-long training evolution sponsored by the First Responder Center for Excellence to address […]

Subsidized Housing Pre-Application List May 2 Through May 11

The Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver hereby gives notice that effective Monday, May 2, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. through 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, May 11, 2022, pre- applications for the Subsidized Housing program will be accepted online only for the following subsidized housing properties: Public Housing/Multifamily general waitlist, Tapiz at Mariposa/Mariposa […]

Colorado Natural Gas Encourages Resident Safety During National Safe Digging Month

Always Contact 811 Before Beginning Digging Projects ~ CENTENNIAL, Colorado (April 15, 2022) – At Colorado Natural Gas (CNG), the safety of our customers and the communities we serve is our number one priority. In observance of April as National Safe Digging Month, CNG is reminding community members to avoid accidents and utility interruptions by calling 811 to have underground […]

Denver Releases Plan to Double Recycling and Composting Over the Next Five Years

DENVER —  The City and County of Denver today released its Sustainable Resource Management Plan as an update to the city’s 2010 Solid Waste Master Plan, a collaboration between the Office of Climate Action, Sustainability and Resiliency (CASR), the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) and the Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE).

Colorado schools receive support to improve health

A second round of donations from Kaiser Permanente will expand support for districts focusing on mental, physical, emotional, and social health ~ DENVER — As students, teachers, and schools across Colorado continue to adapt to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for support for districts to help improve the mental, physical, and social health […]

Denver Center for the Performing Arts relaxes COVID vaccination and mask requirements

DENVER, CO – As of March 28, 2022, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts will end its COVID vaccination and mask policy for all indoor seated theatrical performances. This decision has been made in response to low positivity levels and with guidance from local, state and federal officials. The DCPA will continually monitor CDC, state and local health […]

Is it time to buy an electric or hybrid vehicle? Coloradans are asking

With rising gas and oil prices, consumers are expressing increased interest in electric and hybrid vehicles. Seniors have been a bit more hesitant than younger age groups to make the switch – 22% of electric vehicle owners are between the ages of 50 and 64, but only 11% of EV owners are 65 or older. […]

2022 Denver Home Show

Perusing the booths at the 2022 Denver Home Show has me wondering what I could talk my husband into updating in our house next. I believe our kitchen could use some new custom cabinets or a new waterproof vinyl flooring. The tile ideas for the bathroom look way better than what we have right now. […]

Colorado’s Division of Motor Vehicles launches campaign to emphasize online services

The campaign, DMV anywhere. Yes, anywhere! highlights the many services Coloradans can conveniently access online instead of going to a branch office ~ LAKEWOOD (Feb. 8, 2022) – The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is pleased to announce the launch of its new marketing campaign to highlight all the ways Coloradans can DMV. The […]

A lifetime of stuff

By Brian Saeger ~ We all have attachments to things, this is universal, not all of us are attached to the same things though. You could walk into my home and not like or appreciate any of my “treasures” while I can walk into yours and not understand the history behind each and every item.

DHA Announces Plans to Build Thousands of New Housing Options

Denver, Colo., January 26, 2022 – Denver Housing Authority (DHA) announced its 2022 priorities which include delivering thousands of new housing options in the city. Efforts include continuing towards adding 1,300 units through the DHA Delivers for Denver (D3) housing initiative; continuing efforts on the Sun Valley revitalization through the Choice Neighborhoods Initiative adding more than 900 new […]

Free Radon Home Test Kits Available for Denver Residents

DENVER – To encourage Denver residents to test their homes for dangerous radon gas, the Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) is providing free radon testing kits to residents during National Radon Action Month. Seven hundred kits will be available for curbside pickup on a first-come, first-served basis on Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022, […]

5 ideas for addressing job burnout

By Dr. Matthew Husa, Chief Medical Officer, UnitedHealthcare of Colorado ~ It’s normal to feel checked out or to struggle with your job from time to time, but when it turns into a daily issue, it may be something more. Burnout is a specific type of work-related stress, and an increasing number of people say they’re feeling it.

Lime Launches Fleet of 2200 Industry Leading Gen4 E-Scooters in Denver

(January 25, 2022) Denver, CO — Lime is launching its industry-leading Gen4 e-scooter this week, making Denver one of the first and largest cities in North America to have a full fleet of the new model available for use. Lime’s mission is to build a future of transportation that is shared, affordable, and carbon-free, and […]

Birth and Death Certificates Now Available from Denver Department of Public Health & Environment

DENVER – Denver residents can now access first and replacement birth and death certificates through the Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE). Previously managed through Denver Public Health (now the Public Health Institute at Denver Health), the Vital Records program is transitioning to DDPHE as part of the consolidation of public health services […]

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